This can make you stop drinking beer, A small factory in China was found making fake cans of Budweiser beer.
It was raided by authorities in Dongguan, a city in Guangzhou, south China, early this month.
Footage from the factory has surfaced since and has started going viral. It’s not hard to see why; in the clips, workers dunk used cans into a tub of beer with their bare hands to fill them up:
The filled cans are then sent down a conveyor belt to get sealed:
According to local reports, the factory was churning out 600,000 cartons of fake beer a month, although it hasn’t been specified how long it was operating.
The fake beer was allegedly distributed to bars and nightclubs.
A Budweiser representative told Hong Kong-based Ming Pao that the company had reported the matter to the police, and is seeking legal action. Anheuser-Busch InBev, which owns Budweiser, has 14 breweries in China, and is the third-largest beer brand in the country.